Her world revolved around her father from the day when she was just a kid. Because of all the attitude and abusive of her father, control other people become one of her habits. As she met a man who named Homer Barron, she wanted him to belong to her, to stay by her side. Therefore, she decided to kill him as a form of love that she knew about control other people. In fact, Emily’s actions are unwise over the story.
In conclusion, it seems obvious that that there was foul play involved in the slaughter of Ötzi. The evidence also suggests that a fellow clansman was the killer. Further evidence was the copper axe, Ötzi’s symbol of status to be coveted, the similar arrowheads of Ötzi and his killer along with the skill of the archer, and the cave art depicting the dirty deed. Ötzi was clearly killed by a skilled assassin of malintent. Hopefully, someday we can conclusively find Ötzi’s killer and lay the case to
Have you ever heard the phrase don’t leave a soldier behind? Well, in the book The Revenant by Michael Runke, two workers leave another peer behind and consequently he ends up getting his needed vengeance. The Revenant is a historical fiction book that tells about the life of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company and a lamentable soul that was left behind after a bear attack. This book is action-packed, full of adventure, gore, revenge, and much more. To me this is a grade A book and definitely deserves a read.
George would help him by holding his work card, they always work together, and he didn’t steal him money when he could . He also would listen to everything that George would tell him to do. If George didn’t kill Lennie he would either have gone to jail or “‘They’ll take ya to the booby hatch.They’ll tie ya up with a collar, like a dog’”(pg72). If George didn’t kill him Lennie would have been tortured by Curley because Lennie had humiliated him and killed his wife. George also killed him because he didn’t want to regret not killing Lennie himself rather than someone else killing him that wouldn’t have cared.
After she attacks, she ended up running back to her cave where Beowulf finds her there and ends up killing her. While most men are serial killers, Aileen Wuornos wasn’t. Sociopaths are not someone you want to be messing with. Sociopaths don 't necessarily have malicious feelings toward others, so they tend to treat others as objects. Sociopaths have a sense of rage and they often feel angry with themselves and others so they will act out.
She started screaming and this scared Lennie so he kept shaking her to get her to be quiet. Her screaming continued to scare Lennie, so his reaction was to shake her harder, until he unintentionally broke her neck. Lennie ran into the brush so he wouldn’t have to face the wrath of the guys in the ranch. Curley threatened to kill him and all of the other guys were going to try to murder him as well. George thought it was best to kill Lennie himself as they talked about the nice place they’re going to get.
When Grendel dies from the power of Beowulf, this does not leave Grendel’s Mother amused. Grendel’s Mother is attacking Herot and “she’d killed a glorious soldier,cut a noble life short.No Geat could have stopped her”(Beowulf 416-417). As seen in the quote, Grendel’s mother is very upset about what happened to her son. By killing a soldier and terrorizing Herot, she is getting revenge for the death of her son. Then Beowulf goes to fight Grendel’s Mother, and during the fight Grendel’s mother “drew a dagger,brown with dried blood, and prepared to avenge her only son”(Beowulf 501-503).
Inherently, Madame will not stop because she is too shaken up by Marquis St Evremonde and how he ruined her childhood by murdering her family. In essence, she is seeking revenge through Lucie and her child since they are both French so they “belong to the aristocracy” so they “must pay” for the murders of her family members. This is Madame Defarge’s inner conflict since she is struggling to seek justice for what happened to her family members, but she is losing her sense of perspective in doing so by terrorizing innocent people (like Lucie and Darnay) in the process.
There may not have been an officially stated reason that she killed him, but in my mind I believe she killed him out of the act of fright and love. She loved him so much and she was scared to death of losing him. In her mind at the moment, it seemed fit to kill the man. This was a violence that was shown through love and fear of being alone. Although, I think compromise would’ve turned out as a great Plan A before she killed
Miriam once again sacrifices her own safety for her friend Laila by interfering. Ultimately, Miriam murders Rasheed to protect Laila. Laila offered Miriam refuge but she refused knowing that someone would have to admit to the murder. Miriam admitted to the murder and was sent to prison where she would await her death. In prison Miriam held a role she never held before; the others viewed her as hero.
Historians can infer that because the iceman was found with the axe that his killer did not want to be identified, when returning to the clan. Historians know this because if he had returned to the clan with their leaders unique and powerful axe he would have most definitely been exposed. Through the finding of the copper axe historians have discovered that, the iceman was a person of power with in his clan, was killed because of this and had been found with the axe thousands of years later due to his killers fear of being identified. This and the act he was found with an arrowhead in his back prove that this theory is the most
People have the right to revolt when the government fails, but the government did not fail. Ralph did his best to protect their rights. By keeping the fire going, and using the shell to speak. Ralph had no better way of protecting them. (“Lord Of The Flies”) Even though the government might seem like a success at the beginning there was a power divide between people.
Barret, upon doing her research about Ison and his situation can see that Hobart was doing the right thing, but did it in the wrong way. Yes, Hobart is outspoken about what he believes and his pride, but murdering someone is not how he could have shown it. It is important to tell this story and show people the lives of those living in Northern Kentucky. They are not poor, ignorant hillbilly. Barret saw it necessary to show that they are capable of handling themselves and do not need the extra help as they are strong enough to take care of themselves.